Place:Radville, Saskatchewan, Canada


Coordinates49.467°N 104.317°W
Located inSaskatchewan, Canada
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Radville is a small valley town in southern Saskatchewan, Canada. A small river, Long Creek runs through the north end of the town providing fishing and recreation to the local children and parents. The creek meanders by the east side of the town and then to the south where a second dam is located for the water supply pumphouse.

The town is in the rural municipality #38 of Laurier (incorporated December 13, 1909). It was incorporated in 1911 after being settled in 1895, named after Conrad Paquin.

Radville has a large proportion of French-speaking people.

History of Mayors

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  • Metro Smigarowski
  • Shropshire (circa 1970)
  • Wilfred Bouchard
  • Alan Roth
  • Darald Marin
  • Armand Bourassa
  • Terry Calibaba (2002)
  • David Bellavance (2009)
  • Shirley Cancade

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